Camped around a small table and crowded by a forest of filing cabinets, a dozen people met in the Manhattan offices of the National Congress of Puerto Rican Rights last week— as they do every week— to share a similar heartbreak. Each had lost a son or a brother to police violence, but the talk was practical. One mother spoke matter-of-factly about the "three types of strangulation." Another talked lawsuits. Still another recounted a pathologist's report that her son "did have a slow death. It's been... More >>>